Michelle Jerome

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Kerry on Ukraine: Solution is tough, but situation better than yesterday

Foreign ministers from around the world didn't strike a deal over the Ukraine crisis Wednesday, but U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said they agreed on one key thing: They'd rather talk than fight.<p>"All parties agreed today that it is important to try to resolve these issues through dialogue," …

PFF News & Analysis | Pro Football Focus

Curtis Patrick highlights some of the top devy prospects around the SEC heading into the 2018 season.<p>Fri, 13 Jul 18 12:53:37 +0000<p>23 hours ago<p>Which …

I have really outdone myself in tonight's #dessertinspo!! You can thank me later!! The pantry stylist xxx Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bites For the crust: 1 heaping cup raw pecans 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 tablespoon of creamy almond butter 2 tablespoons coconut flour 2 tablespoons organic maple syrup Pinch of pink himalayan salt For the filling: 1 heaping cup raw cashews soaked at least for 4 hours 1/2 cup peeled & diced zucchini 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted 4 tablespoons organic maple syrup 1 tablespoon of unsweetened almond milk 1 tablespoon coconut water 1/2 tablespoon vanilla essence Pinch Himalayan salt The juice of one medium lemon For the caramel: 1/2 cup of grass-fed butter (or ghee) 1 cup of coconut palm sugar 1/2 cup of canned coconut milk, full fat (room temp.) 3 cage-fee egg yolks few pinches of pink himalayan salt Directions: -Prepare the crust by placing the pecans in a food processor and grind them into fine meal. Add the rest of the crust ingredients and process again until well combined. Line the bottom of a mini cupcake pan with mini cupcake liners, then press the crust evenly into the bottom of the liners. Place the pan in the freezer to set, while you prepare the filling. -In a high-powered blender, process the raw cashews until they are blended. Add in the zucchini, coconut oil, maple syrup, almond milk, coconut water, vanilla extract, salt, and lemon juice. For the lemon juice go by taste as not to overdo it with lemon flavor. I started by juicing half of the lemon. Then blend again until a super smooth and creamy batter is formed. If your batter is too thick try adding a little more almond milk. -Pour the cheesecake batter into a decorating bag or ziplock bag, cut a hole in the corner and then pour the filling on top of the crust almost to the top, leaving some room for the caramel. Allow to set in the freezer for at least an hour. While the filling is setting go ahead and make your caramel. -To make the caramel, melt the grass-fed butter in a medium saucepan over low heat. Then add the coconut palm sugar and combine with the melted butter using a whisk. Now add the coconut milk and whisk again until combined. Stir in the egg yolks one at a time with the whisk until combined. Then stir in a few pinches of salt. Let the mixture sit over low heat for about 5 minutes, use a whisk to stir the mixture intermittently. - Now turn up the heat to medium high until the caramel mixture starts to boil. Whisk then let boil for about 2 more minutes. Remove from heat, stir and allow to cool. At this point it should be the consistency of a thick soup and taste incredible. Go ahead, lick the whisk, I won’t tell. It will thicken as it starts to cool. -Once your cheesecake bites are hardened, fill a decorating bag or a ziplock bag with the caramel and cut off the tip. Squeeze a dollop of caramel on the top of eat cheesecake bite and use the flat side of a spoon to evenly spread over the top. Once the caramel has set sprinkle pink himalayan salt on the tops. Store cheesecake bites in the freezer in between eating sessions and remove about 15 minutes or so before serving so they can thaw a bit. Enjoy!

Top 10 bars in Denver, Colorado

Corridor 44<p>Denver's only champagne bar is in Larimer Square and surrounded by some of the city's finest restaurants. It is sassy and sexy, with zebra-print carpeting and crystal chandeliers, but also approachable and friendly. It makes interesting and delicious champagne cocktails and has a great …

Top 10 restaurants and places to eat in Denver, Colorado

ChoLon Modern Asian Bistro<p>Food-infatuated Denverites secure a seat at the chef's counter to witness chef-owner Lon Symensma's culinary magic, which unfolds in an exhibition kitchen that struts Southeast Asian dishes of the kind that make you drop your jaw. Symensma's presentations, the food …

75 Reasons to Love the West

The Grand Canyon, even grander<p>A wave of new projects means a visit to the South Rim is, believe it or not, better than you remember.<p><b>The canyon</b> …

San Francisco

Buckwheat Waffles Recipe

Do you like buckwheat? When I lived in Japan I used to eat buckwheat soba noodles all the time, and a few years ago I started making buckwheat …

Breakfast

16 Clever Substitutes for Going Gluten-Free | Stonesoup

At the risk of sounding a bit nerdy here, one of the habits I’ve developed over the last few years is to choose an area in my life to focus on or …

Spicy Turkey and Zucchini Burger Recipe

Come July and our refrigerator starts to overflow with zucchinis from the garden. It really is the land of plenty during these summer months. My …

Apple Quinoa Muffins - Quick and Easy

I made Banana-Quinoa Muffins awhile back, and I thought that this version might be good. And it is! Now that there is gluten free oatmeal available, …

These Quinoa Pizza Bites Are Just 50 Calories

If a slice of pizza is one of your weaknesses, it's not something you'll want to indulge in on a regular basis, especially if you usually down two …

Food

Roasted Cauliflower with Parsley Sauce

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2013 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com<p>Thick "steaks" are cut from a head of cauliflower, simply seasoned and drizzled …

Out The Door In Five Steps: Guest Blogger

<i>Between running from classes to club meetings to study sessions, college students are certainly busy bunch. That’s why Amy Levin, founder and creative director of CollegeFashionista, has pulled together these tips to help students</i><i>—</i><i>or anyone, for that matter</i><i>—get</i> <i>out the door in a jiff and still look stylish.</i><p><i>It starts the night before:</i> I know that the last thing many people want to do when they get home from a late night of studying or partying is tend to their skin. But taking time to care for …

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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

How to Make a Chic Paint-Splattered Travel Case

Going on an end of summer vacation? Or just like to stay organized? Then it’s probably time to create a travel case to tote around all of your essentials, from makeup to jewelry to those pesky cords you can’t leave home without. The key? Nail polish and Velcro Industries. Read on to find out how …